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Have irregular period. Unprotected sex. Missed period. Sore breast, vaginal discharge. Pregnant?

I have had unprotected sex for 20minutes on the 19th of February, the 7th day of my last period. My boyfriend pulled out and didn't came (has never had). We've had protected sex a few times after and he did not ejaculate as well. I missed my period for march and has had no symptoms of menstraution or pregnancy except sore breast and vaginal discharge for a few weeks. Could I be pregnant? I am also irregular.
Asked On : Wed, 3 Apr 2013
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Welcome to healthcare magic.
I think you should do a pregnancy test to exclude or confirm pregnancy. Without this it is difficult to say anything in the current situation.
I suggest you to use some form of regular contraception if you are not ready for a pregnancy.
Birth control pills may prove to be the best option in women with irregular periods, if there is no contraindication, but, you must exclude pregnancy before using it.
Hope this answer gives you some helpful clues.
Best Regards.
Answered: Mon, 8 Jul 2013
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